Satellite images have captured how some of Queensland's tourism iconic islands and tourism infrastructure has faired after Cyclone Debbie. tropical cyclone 13p (debbie), located approximately 108 nm southeast of townsville, australia, has tracked southwestward at 05 knots over the past six hours. the initial position is based on the radar imagery with high confidence. animated composite radar imagery from townsville indicates tc debbie has made landfall and is moving further inland. Tropical Cyclone (TC) Debbie made landfall as a Category 4 Severe Tropical Cyclone near Airlie Beach on 28 March 2017. cyclone debbie turns deadly One life has already been claimed after a tourist died in chaotic weather conditions this morning. 6 The Cyclone Debbie Review Ibpplkp clo abifsbofkd sirb ka lkabkb eolrde orpT ka bmltbobk Inspector-General Emergency Management The impact of Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie across a large area of Queensland is now well documented and the vast recovery … Season 2016-2017 Tropical Cyclone DEBBIE Track Map: Season 2016-2017 Summaries: - Previous TC | BoM 2016-2017 Season | Next TC->> Lat/long Grid: Show Hide Date Labels: Show Hide. • Cyclone Debbie was the most powerful storm to make landfall in Queensland (QLD) since Cyclone Yasi in 2011 (NASA, 2017). Map: QLD. The cyclone crossed the … April 4, 2017; Disaster mental health, News; The cyclone and floods that have devastated parts of Queensland and NSW will leave thousands of people deeply affected. • Cyclone Debbie was the first cyclone since the 2014-15 season to reach severe status (Category 3 (AUS) or more) (NASA, 2017). Cyclone Debbie was a very slow-moving system, with high velocity winds and torrential rain which damaged ecosystems and urban infrastructure across the islands. Coping with the Impact of Cyclone Debbie and Flooding. The cyclone crossed the coast near Airlie Beach on Tuesday afternoon. Storm damage resulted from both the high winds associated with the cyclone, and the very heavy rain. On March 27, 2017, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image of Cyclone Debbie approaching the coast of Queensland, Australia. Significant fire and emergency service resources were mobilised. On some fringing reefs around the Whitsunday Islands (North and East orientated) TROPICAL CYCLONE DEBBIE made landfall in Queensland as a category 4 cyclone yesterday with sustained winds of more than 150km/h. Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie in 2017 was the strongest tropical cyclone to strike Queensland since Marcia in 2015, and was the costliest tropical cyclone in Australia since Yasi in 2011.Forming as a tropical low on 23 March, the low gradually intensified to a named tropical cyclone on 26 March. Tropical cyclone Debbie has made landfall in Queensland as a category 4 cyclone with winds of more than 150 kilometres per hour. Reports of wind gusts in excess of 200km/h and rainfall of more than 200mm of rain have been made in some areas along the central Queensland coast. • Debbie had the highest ever recorded windspeed in Queensland, 263km/h